A study upon the incidences of mismating in dog and clients desideratum for solution
Debajyoti Sarkar, A Krisnaswamy, G Sudha and A Teja
Mismating is unwanted coitus of bitch with male dog in her receptive phase. The incidence of female dogs presented for mismating treatment over a period of one year was 1.12 per cent. Nearly, 29 per cent of the female dogs presented for treatment were cases wherein the owner had not witnessed the act of coitus and most of the owners wanted treatment as they suspected that mating has occurred with stray dogs. Different breed of dogs are appearing for mismating treatment with multiple complaints. Around 75 per cent of the incidences were in Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, Non-descript and Golden Retrievers and animals in the age group of 1 to 3.5 years were more frequently reported. Majority of the pet owners are seeking for help following mismating regarding any permanent solution such as Ovariohisterectomy (OHE) (16.66%), medical treatment (83.34%) even knowing after the post treatment complications. This is most probably a first report regarding the occurrence of mismating and appearance in a clinic.
How to cite this article:
Debajyoti Sarkar, A Krisnaswamy, G Sudha and A Teja. A study upon the incidences of mismating in dog and clients desideratum for solution. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(6S): 35-39.